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Breaking The Trust
Ehsan Sehgal
If you break the heart You break only the heart If you break the friendship You break only the friendship If you break the relationship You break...Rate it

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Breaking Through
Kurt Philip Behm
An unbridled affection for writing, an unfettered attempt at the truth An unbending rebut of excuses —a Sage lost in the promise of youth (Dreams...Rate it

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In Time of 'The Breaking of Nations'
Thomas Hardy
Only a man harrowing clods In a slow silent walk With an old horse that stumbles and nods Half asleep as they stalk. Only thin smoke without f...Rate it

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The breaking of the day
Rauwolfia
Early morning frost lay in the remnants of the night, like fallen teardrops lost, upon the edges of the light. The moon still lingers in the sky w...Rate it

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The Breaking Point
Stephen Vincent Benet
It was not when temptation came, Swiftly and blastingly as flame, And seared me white with burning scars; When I stood up for age-long wars And...Rate it

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The Drama Within A Drama - Breaking News Of CNN
Ehsan Sehgal
I enjoyed the drama Played in the social media And such categories The characters of that, Performed an excellent role I felt that, as it was a re...Rate it

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The Drama Within A Drama Breaking News Of CNN
Ehsan Sehgal
I enjoyed the drama Played in the social media And such categories The characters of that, Performed an excellent role I felt that, as it was a rea...Rate it

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The Troubadour. Canto 2 E (Breaking Free)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
WHERE is the heart that has not bow'd A slave, eternal Love, to thee: Look on the cold, the gay, the proud, And is there one among them free? T...Rate it

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These Mice Breaking Me
Jeme Vois
When the mice played in the dust These mice have played for far too long In this dusty corner my house which is my soul. Flecked with red, All thi...Rate it

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To A Poet Breaking Silence
Francis Thompson
Too wearily had we and song Been left to look and left to long, Yea, song and we to long and look, Since thine acquainted feet forsook The mountain...Rate it

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